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. >>> more details now, tedford was the highest paid public employee in the state of california with the salary of $2.3 million a year. his contract with cal ran through the 2015 season. that means the university could owe him as much as $6.9 million for the remaining three years of his contract. >>> showers are falling out there now. live storm tracker 2 2 picking up showers in san francisco. the rain has been picking up, the dynamics in the front are now upon us. it's been in the north bay all day. berkeley right now we're just talking about the campus up by the campus, heavy rain. heavy rain along the bay shore. more heavy rain as you get into the grizzly peak area. up in the called the caldecut tunnel area. up here in napa you have some showers. then you head south and san mateo you're getting showers. it's starting to sag through. this thing is dragging, barely moving. san jose what's going on? nothing. some drizzle at best. i'm going to show you how it steps through time as we head through tomorrow morning. and there's going to be some of this left over for the morning co
on storm watch with wet weather moving into southern california. >> chief meteorologist bill martin is tracking the incoming storm. >> reporter: there's two of them the next one is set to come in here in the next few hours. so rain will be here for the morning commute. here's one of them right here, here's one of them right here. the first one to come through is this one, obviously it's closing. look where it's coming from, it's a low latitude storm so warmer. here's system number two, it gets here on saturday. right now we're focused on system one. it's just bumping up against the coast. you see a few lightning sprinkles. it's light stuff. i'm getting reports of real light drizzle activity. that's all going to change. your morning commute is going to be a wet one for most of the bay area. enter the afternoon commute as well. i just showed you what's happening. i'll have the computer model that shows where the rain is going to come and how long it's going to stick around and what it's going to cover. i'll be back here in just about 15 minutes. >>> with rain on the way, crews are rep
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